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To Rome with Love (2012) Poster

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The term 'Ozymandias Melancholy' was invented by Woody Allen for his 1980 movie Stardust Memories (1980).
To Rome With Love was originally titled The Bop Decameron, before being changed to Nero Fiddled. Woody Allen changed it when he realized that few people understood the title's loose reference to The Decameron, a medieval collection of novellas.
Woody Allen's first acting role in five pictures and six years. His last was in Scoop (2006).
Noomi Rapace was considered to play the role that went to Penélope Cruz.
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Roberto Benigni's first appearance in a wide American release since Pinocchio (2002), and only his second since his Academy Award winning performance in Life Is Beautiful (1997). It is his first appearance in an American produced and directed film since Son of the Pink Panther (1993).
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The film cast includes three Oscar winners: Woody Allen, Roberto Benigni, Penélope Cruz; and four Oscar nominees: Alec Baldwin, Judy Davis, Jesse Eisenberg and Ellen Page.
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The square manhole in which Milly drops her cellphone bears the initials SPQR. This is a Roman Empire symbol. It reads 'Senatus Populusque Romanus' and means 'Senate and people of Rome'.
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Aaron Johnson and Robert Pattinson auditioned for a role.
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